Dr. Tim Lachnit
Dr. Tim Lachnit
Zoology; University Kiel; Germany
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Epibacterial community patterns on marine macroalgae are host‐specific but temporally variable
T Lachnit, D Meske, M Wahl, T Harder, R Schmitz
Environmental microbiology 13 (3), 655-665, 2011
Specific epibacterial communities on macroalgae: phylogeny matters more than habitat
T Lachnit, M Blümel, JF Imhoff, M Wahl
Aquatic Biology 5 (2), 181-186, 2009
Metaorganisms in extreme environments: do microbes play a role in organismal adaptation?
C Bang, T Dagan, P Deines, N Dubilier, WJ Duschl, S Fraune, ...
Zoology 127, 1-19, 2018
Compounds associated with algal surfaces mediate epiphytic colonization of the marine macroalga Fucus vesiculosus
T Lachnit, M Fischer, S Künzel, JF Baines, T Harder
FEMS microbiology ecology 84 (2), 411-420, 2013
Isolated thallus-associated compounds from the macroalga Fucus vesiculosus mediate bacterial surface colonization in the field similar to that on the natural alga
T Lachnit, M Wahl, T Harder
Biofouling 26 (3), 247-255, 2009
Ecology of antifouling resistance in the bladder wrack Fucus vesiculosus: patterns of microfouling and antimicrobial protection
M Wahl, L Shahnaz, S Dobretsov, M Saha, F Symanowski, K David, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 411, 33-48, 2010
A phage protein aids bacterial symbionts in eukaryote immune evasion
MT Jahn, K Arkhipova, SM Markert, C Stigloher, T Lachnit, L Pita, ...
Cell Host & Microbe 26 (4), 542-550. e5, 2019
Species-specific viromes in the ancestral holobiont Hydra
JA Grasis, T Lachnit, F Anton-Erxleben, YW Lim, R Schmieder, S Fraune, ...
PLoS One 9 (10), e109952, 2014
Expanding our understanding of the seaweed holobiont: RNA viruses of the red alga Delisea pulchra
T Lachnit, T Thomas, P Steinberg
Frontiers in Microbiology, 1489, 2016
Exploring the human hair follicle microbiome
MB Lousada, T Lachnit, J Edelkamp, T Rouillé, D Ajdic, Y Uchida, ...
British Journal of Dermatology 184 (5), 802-815, 2021
rRNA-based profiling of bacteria in the axilla of healthy males suggests right–left asymmetry in bacterial activity
M Egert, I Schmidt, HM Höhne, T Lachnit, RA Schmitz, R Breves
FEMS microbiology ecology 77 (1), 146-153, 2011
Temperate phages as self-replicating weapons in bacterial competition
XY Li, T Lachnit, S Fraune, TCG Bosch, A Traulsen, M Sieber
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (137), 20170563, 2017
Competing forces maintain the Hydra metaorganism
P Deines, T Lachnit, TCG Bosch
Immunological Reviews 279 (1), 123-136, 2017
Fluorescence-Based Quasicontinuous and In Situ Monitoring of Biofilm Formation Dynamics in Natural Marine Environments
M Fischer, G Friedrichs, T Lachnit
Applied and environmental microbiology 80 (12), 3721-3728, 2014
Novel ssDNA Viruses Detected in the Virome of Bleached, Habitat-Forming Kelp Ecklonia radiata
DT Beattie, T Lachnit, EA Dinsdale, T Thomas, PD Steinberg
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 441, 2018
Microbial ecology in Hydra: why viruses matter
TCG Bosch, JA Grasis, T Lachnit
Journal of Microbiology 53 (3), 193-200, 2015
Exposure of the host-associated microbiome to nutrient-rich conditions may lead to dysbiosis and disease development—an evolutionary perspective
T Lachnit, TCG Bosch, P Deines
MBio 10 (3), e00355-19, 2019
Lifestyle of sponge symbiont phages by host prediction and correlative microscopy
MT Jahn, T Lachnit, SM Markert, C Stigloher, L Pita, M Ribes, BE Dutilh, ...
The ISME Journal 15 (7), 2001-2011, 2021
Contrasting distributions of bacteriophages and eukaryotic viruses from contaminated coastal sediments
T Lachnit, KA Dafforn, EL Johnston, P Steinberg
Environmental microbiology 21 (6), 1929-1941, 2019
Can antibiotic‐induced changes in the composition of the hair follicle microbiome regulate human hair growth?
M Bispo Lousada, J Edelkamp, T Lachnit, H Erdmann, R Paus
Experimental dermatology 30 (10), 1440-1441, 2021
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